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Terrorists destroy Kachiwe community, Niger State, burn houses, kidnap 7 women, kill scores

Terrorists operating in Northcentral Nigeria have sacked the Kachiwe community in Sarkin Pawa Ward of Munya Local Government Area (LGA) of Niger State, burning houses, kidnap seven women and killed scores of others.

Secretary of Munya LGA, James Jagaba, who confirmed the “ugly incident,” said that “the bandits set all the houses ablaze, burnt ten people alive, abducted ten women and slaughtered the others. On their way after carrying out their heinous act, they met two people whose vehicle broke down, they stopped and killed those two people then burnt down their vehicle. In the process, three of the abducted women escaped and the bandits went with the other seven women.

“The whole community was wiped out by the bandits. Nobody survived. We got to know about how they carried out the activities from the women who escaped and are still in shock.”

The Secretary added that the bandits moved to Shapè village under the Sarki Pawa ward and slaughtered nine people while others in the community took to their heels.

In addition, the terror bandits killed seven people in the Gogope ward.

Sources said that the area was not well covered by the mobile networks, which gave the terror bandits the cover to carry out their destructive venture as the residents had no way of contacting any of the security agencies.

According to Munya, “we were told that all efforts to reach the security personnel proved abortive because, for some days, there has not been mobile network service in Munya local government. The people could not reach out to the security agencies neither could they reach out to the council. At the council, we got the message very late and efforts to get the security was not possible.”

He noted that the three women who escaped from their abductors are still in shock and have been showing signs of trauma.

“The three people who survived are currently in shock and suffering from trauma. They need to be helped medically and otherwise because all they have has been burnt down by the bandits,” he said.

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